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i thank you for that. omaha, nebraska. >> omaha, nebraska. you have one up there? >> i'm all done. >> do you have a question you wanted to ask? >> [speaker not understood]. >> we'll get to the sales pitches, okay. [laughter] >> okay. anybody else here, let me come over here because we're going to start wrapping this up pretty soon because we have some awards we're going to give out. okay. i'm going to hold the mic and i'll determine how quick it's going to be, okay. [laughter] >> just to compliment the city of san francisco. i was on -- i took the muni in yesterday. and when i was on the bus in the morning, there is a repetitive announcement that went out that said, if you see graffiti, report it. and here's the phone number. it went out, i believe in three languages. that's wonderful. i think that's more key than if you hit the raid yoxtion and all that sort of media thing and grab that piece. * radio those are the people that are out there. >> awesome. if anybody has compliment for san francisco let me know because we can put that in right now. [laughter] >> alex, you live here
, kansas and missouri. the snowfall forecast, this pink is 6 to 12 includes wichita and kansas city. omaha and des moines. it looks minneapolis/st. louis, lighter snowfall. but still some impact. >> when you say thundersnow, that always freaks me out a little bit. >>> coming up -- the latest on a plane crash out of nashville that killed five. >>> plus, congressman jesse jackson jr. has pleaded guilty, now the fight to limit his jail time begins. >>> and take a look at this. sun spots that the have the ability to swallow six earths. that's the least of our concerns. we'll tell you why when we come back. [ male announcer ] why is kellogg's crunchy nut so delicious? because every flake is double-toasted... splashed with sweet honey... and covered in rich double-roasted peanuts. mmm. [ hero ] yummy. [ male announcer ] kellogg's crunchy nut. it's super delicious! [ male announcer ] kellogg's crunchy nut. if your a man with low testosterone, you should know that axiron is here. the only underarm treatment for low t. that's right, the one you apply to the underarm. axiron is not for use in women
of it will be omaha, des moines, wichita. a minor snow event from minneapolis to chicago, milwaukee, des moines and further to the south. here's some specifics for the big cities. again, kansas city, best chance of getting up to a foot. but omaha and wichita, definitely some heavy snow to shovel. then lesser amounts, minneapolis, denver and st. louis is going to be nasty, sleet and freezing rain. east coast, you're fine today. a different storm will be arriving here on saturday night and sunday. a significant snowfall for interior new england. coastal areas, rain to snow. >> we always appreciate when you bring the bad weather just in time of the weather. >> three weekends in a row, by the way. >> it's been asy saser the. >>> the lakers paying tribute to late owner jerry buss. a minute-long speech before the game. >> through our years being here at the staples center the one thing that we could always count is the late owner dr. jerry buss, overlooking his franchise from his box. >> the spotlight's there on the spotlight, highlighting his seat in the owner's box. some history made late in the th
made that statement tuesday. the omaha paper. i had not supported unilateral sanctions because when it's us alone they don't work and they just isolate the united states. in the omaha paper. i'll have to say that that statement seems to be in direct contradiction to your letter to senator boxer one week later. when you told her -- and i quote, "i agree that with iran's continued rejection of overtures, sanctions both multilateral and unilateral may be necessary." now a week before that, you said that you have opposed them because they don't work. senator levin mentioned in his statement that he disagrees with that. he believes they do work. you gave him an answer to that statement, and we have it on the record. but let me just suggest to you senator that if words have meaning, there's no two ways about it, the statement that you gave in the omaha paper and that you gave to me the following day is substantially and substantively different from what you wrote to senator boxer a week later. the office of secretary of defense is one of the most powerful positions in the country and arguabl
, sometimes even deadly conditions. fox's mike tobin is in omaha tonight. >> reporter: whiteout conditions in much of the midwest thursday, more than a foot of snow falling in wichita, kansas, where road crews were trying to keep streets clear, officials closing more than 90 miles of interstate and asking people to stay home. >> if you don't have to get out today, please just stay home because it helps us clear the roads off. >> reporter: snow blanketing parts of missouri, the governor declaring a state of emergency, st. louis experiencing a mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain, officials urging resident to take the day off instead of risking their lives on the road. >> things will be a lot more normal tomorrow during some course of the day, but even if you have to stay home tomorrow, call it a nice four day weekend. >> reporter: freezing rain making driving conditions dangerous in springfield where ice caused this vehicle to flip over on a highway. it's slow going on the interstate for truckers in lincoln, nebraska, where plows trying to clear the road in whiteout conditions, the storm
young and i'm from omaha, nebraska. we nominated our senior painter, jeff nicole. he was with the city program 15 years ago, he basically ran it since it started. he ran it for 10 years by himself all over our city. and, so, just through all that he's never changed his dedication. he doesn't take shortcuts, repaint and color match and do all public and private property in our city. so, just his dedication in our program has made a huge difference in our city. we appreciate it. (applause) [laughter] >> congratulations. (applause) >> lisa mc kenzie. >> okay. i'm accepting this award for mike yeager and bill mcdonnis, [speaker not understood]. i think all the cities that have volunteer programs it's usually a handful of volunteers that do a majority of the work. these guys are both retired and they have accomplished so much within their neighborhood. they live in one of the biggest neighborhood associations -- excuse me, homeowner associations in san antonio, about 5,000 houses. so, he wrote his little speech so i'm going to read his speech. he would like to thank the stop urban blight or
snow made visibility difficult at a number of airports, including this one in omaha nebraska, where workers waste to clear runways. snow fell up to 3 inches per hour in some places. watch how quickly still adds up in arkansas. some welcome the damp conditions. >> this will get our crops going. >> the storm is expected to weaken today, but forecasters say it will develop off the east coast. tavon bradley. >> later today officials with the national weather service will head to texas to survey damage from a deadly storm. at this point, it is unclear whether a tornado hit on thursday afternoon. a 74-year-old woman was killed. the storm damaged more than two dozen other homes. >> the former head of d.c.'s homeland security office is expected to plead guilty to tax fraud. prosecutors say millicent west filed grande documents with the irs. this happened when she ran the d.c. trust corporation. she resigned last year. >> a south african judge is expected to decide today whether oscar pistorius should be released on bail as he awaits trial on charges that he killed his girlfriend. he is accu
at a number of airports, including this one in omaha, nebraska. at yesterday's peak, snow fell up to three inches per hour in some places. look at this time lapse. watch how quickly snow in arkansas adds up. some in the midwest welcome the conditions. drought-plagued farmers call the snow a blessing. >> this will get our spring crops growing. >> reporter: the storm is expected to weaken today. but forecasters say it will redevelop off the east coast, bringing heavy rain and even more snow. rob and diana? >> tahman bradley in washington for us this morning. thank you, tahman. >> thanks for reporting from indoors, tahman. appreciate that. >> the best place to be. >> hey, we're indoors. >> i know. can't talk. >>> well, the storm system is impacting millions of people. meteorologist jim dickey continues our coverage now. good morning, jim. >> good morning rob and diana. we're seeing heavy snow through the early-morning hours. from i-80 from omaha to chicago. especially three to six inches in these areas. the morning commute will be difficult. this while icy conditions are spreading towards 81.
lakes and heading toward new england now. plows were in heavy use today in omaha and all over the midwest. we asked dean reynolds to have a look. >> reporter: from oklahoma to michigan, snow totals ranged from half a foot to a foot and a half. slick roads caused this collision in iowa. kansas reported 120 accidents in the state. there were another 300 in minnesota. heavy snow caved in roofs and airline schedules were snarled in omaha, chicago, and st. louis. ice caused this jet to skid off a runway in cleveland. nobody was hurt. but some midwesterners welcomed the storm. when you woke up this morning and you looked out here and saw this snow, what did you think? >> any little bit of moisture recharge we get is always great. >> reporter: george richardson's family has farmed this land in spring grove, illinois, since 1840. the persistent drought that has parched almost half the country cost him 50% of his corn crop last year. >> i think we would need many feet of snow and then a nice slow thaw so that moisture would sink into the ground. >> reporter: now, forecasters are predic
year he bought his hometown paper, the omaha world herald, now this deal sounds like maybe a change of heart, right? >> maybe. a media mogul in the making. he began as a paperboy in omaha so he certainly knows well of that industry, and the woes it had over the past several years. speaking of woes, how about the markets today on this monday back to, without. major indes. the major indices suffered their biggest one day decline of the year with traders pointing to a closer than expected election in italy. there was no clear winner of the italian election, fueling worries about political and economic instability. here in the u.s., the s&p 500 saw its morning rally fizzle before noon eastern time, with the selling picking up in the final hour of trading. the index finished down 1.8%, failing to find buyers despite several announced corporate buy- outs. trading volume was on the heavier side. 818 million shares traded on the big board. just under two billion moved on the nasdaq. all 10 of the major stock sectors were down, with the heaviest selling in the financial, energy and material
the highest job growth rate in the country, business and ercial real-estate booming. seattle, omaha, louisville seattle, omaha, louisville, let's just move to texas. stayed tune for lou dobbs and a deal could go for the real story on real estate. the father on the toyota pre-is comes down on electric cars in chicago cops say copd makes it hard to breathe, but with advair, i'm breathing better. so now i can be in the scene. advair is clinically proven to help significantly improve lung function. unlike most copd medications, advair contains both an anti-inflammatory and a long-acting bronchodilator working together to help improve your lung function all day. advair won't replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms and should not be used more than twice a day. people with copd taking advair may have a higher chance of pneumonia. advair may increase your risk of osteoporosis and some eye problems. tell your doctor if you have a heart condition or high blood pressure before taking advair. if you're still having difficulty breathing, ask your doctor if including advair could help im
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, business and commercial real-estate booming. seattle, omaha, louisville seattle, omaha, louisville, let's just move to texas. stayed tune for lou dobbs and a deal could go for the real story on real estate. the father on the toyota pre-is comes down on electric cars in chicago cops say@í gerri: is the electric car losing its charge? despite the push from the white house, it is hitting a dead end with consumers and former high-ranking supporters. robert, a great to have you on the show. we call to because the big toyota executive said it is not a viable replacement for most conventional cars for a wish somebody told the department of energy that. >> he repeated something that has been well known for years and should have been known with the obama administration the electric car is the next big thing it has yet to replace the internal combustion engines because of cost, range and value. gerri: where do you go to recharge its? so many practical issues not taken into consideration but there were benefits for these at what point* do we say get out of the private sector? >> great point*. a b
tonight. a republican married for 29 years, quickly resigned according to the omaha world herald after disclosures he made thousands of inproper phone calls to four women over the past four years. >>> in texas, a reward for whoever gunned down a prosecutor. he was gunned down in cold blood. here's abc's mark greenblatt. >> reporter: murder in broad daylight this week of one of texas' toughest prosecuting attorneys. police say mark hasse was gunned down by one, or perhaps two, shooters. they said he was fearless. >> he ran across the baddest guys in this part of the world. >> reporter: prosecutor of 30 years, in dallas, before moving to nearby kaufmann county where he never backed down. >> there's no reason to believe that there wouldn't be someone out there that might have an ax to grind. >> reporter: a local attorney tells abc that he claimed that he was recently threatened and left the courthouse daily with his gun drawn. but a district attorney says that's not true. >> he would have let somebody know. >> reporter: he's making a pledge now to honor the man known for putting others aw
in the cascades and northern rockies. >> 40s from salt lake city to boise. 10 in the twin cities. 20 friends omaha to detroit. 30s in the northeast. >>> up next after the break, bad news for drivers. gas prices on the rise yet again. >>> and the weekend death of a decorated navy s.e.a.l. putting the spot light on post dramatic stress disorder. >>> more from super bowl xlvii. when the lights went out, advertisers got a little creative. >>> welcome back, everyone. the buls are rung on wall street. this morning, the dow opens above 14,000 for the first time in more than five years. since before the financial crisis. that's only about 150 points from its all-time high set in october 2007. the dow is now up almost 7% since the beginning of the year. >> open those 401(k)s perhaps, folks. >>> gasoline prices are going up. the average price is $3.51 a gallon, an increase of almost 17 cents in a week. analysts expect the rise to stop well before four bucks gallon and average well under last year's record prices. >>> u.s. pickup truck sales are expected to soar this year, topping 1.7 million. there are lots
kansas city, omaha and wichita. a lot of shoveling. that's a look at your national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. well, we have this storm, as it moves to the north and to the northeast, we'll have plenty of cold air to work with. there will be periods in indiana and illinois, probably start off as a period of snow and then mixing over to sleet and ice. for the east coast, this storm doesn't necessarily head to the east coast. there's still another weekend storm for new england we're going to have to deal with too, it's active winter weather. >>> coming up after the break, we'll have the latest on a plane crash out of nashville that killed five. >>> plus congressman jesse jackson jr. has pleaded guilty, but now the fight to limit his jail time begins. >>> and look at this, some spots that have the ability to swallow six earths but that's the least of our concerns. we'll tell you why. we're back in two minutes. >>> welcome back. here are some other stories making news this morning. five people are dead after a late night plane crash in eastern georgia.
city with a high of 48 but all know? omaha and kansas with temperatures staying in the mid-20s throughout the day. how much snow will fall, where we see some of these purple areas, we're talking an foot of snow by the time it's said and done friday morning. in the blue, that includes places like wichita, kansas city, and st. louis. could see heavy snowfall amounts. again, that's going to be friday morning. i'm david bernard, cs news, miami. >>> over seas to the third day of oscar pistorius's murder. the lead investigator faces attempted murder charges himself and the prosecution admits it has no evidence challenging pistorius's story that he shot his girlfriend by accident. tina kraus reports from london. >> reporter: a police van took oscar pistorius back to court for what could be the final day of bail hearing to determine his fate. family members carried the athlete's clothes from a police station where pistorius spent his seventh night in jail for the alleged premeditated murder of his girlfriend reeva steenkamp. in a draw might twist to the case south african police reveal
of snow in wichita kansas. in omaha, nebraska, near- whiteout conditions make for dangerous roadways. two people have died on the roads in the storm so far. the worst of it will miss us here. bob is tracking the storm. >> kansas city got this close to setting an all-time record with 14-inches of -- with 14 inches of snow. it's all snow in chicago, des moines, milwaukee. the precipitation by the time it reach us will be a lot weaker. we expect to see a mix in the afternoon. you'll see some snow, some sleet, a bit of freeing rain, but things should warm up a bit, and just some rain. it will also get warmer. so will it get much better for the weekend? i'll have the forecast coming up. >> thank you, bob. >>> tonight, more disturbing details in the case of the johns hopkins gynecologist who secretly recorded his parents. mike helgren gets information about how it was set up. >> reporter: the stunning discovery about the well- respected doctor came earlier this month. a complaint to security that the gynecologist was spying, even, wjz has learned, usin
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the windy city. but kansas city and omaha, highs only in the 20s as they begin to dig out. i'm david bernard, cbs news, miami. >>> now to south africa where the judge is expected to decide today whether to grant olympic sprinter oscar pistorius bail. pistorius is charged with murdering his girlfriend. prosecutors say the man known as a blade runner is a flight risk. tina kraus is following the proceedings from london. tina, good morning. >> good morning. pistorius spent an eighth night sleeping in a holding cell at a police station in south africa's capital, and he hopes it was his last. his lawyers say the athlete is not a flight risk and should be released from jail until his murder trial. track star oscar pistorius rode back to court in a police van, hoping this will be the day he learns his fate. a south african judge is weighing several days of testimony to decide whether to grant the athlete bail or keep him locked up until his murder trial. prosecutors claim pistorius intended to kill his girlfriend reeva steenkamp when he pumped four bullets through his bathro
. in just minutes, inside story from the oracle of omaha warren buffet himself here on fox business. plus, cisco systems on tech spending. government orders not what they used to be for routers and switches, and european buyers watching euros and cents. john chambers is live on how to fulfill the promise to energize earnings. treasure in the trash. making money on what others throw away, especially on valentine's day. the dough in the hands of shareholder, company upping dividends again. waste management ceo joins us live in a fox business exclusive. "countdown to the closing bell" begins right now. ♪ good afternoon, everybody, i'm liz claman, the last hour of trading, and with the largest food acquisition on record to spike the markets, trading mixed in a narrow range. u.s. airways, we have turbulence there. it is down about 8% and change. this, as the rumor becomes the news. u.s. airways merging with asr, parent of american airlines, the deal that creates the world's largest character. sketchers off to the races, shares are skyrocketing here, a nice move of 12%, the maker of mens and
tonight. a republican married for 29 years, quickly resigned, according to the omaha world herald, after disclosures he made thousands of improper phone calls to four women over the past four years. >>> and in texas tonight, a reward for information leading to whoever gunned down a texas prosecutor. the man who made his name fighting organized crime was gunned down in cold blood. here tonight is abc's mark greenblatt. >> reporter: murder in broad daylight this week of one of texas' toughest prosecuting attorneys. now has a small army of investigators working seven days a week. police say mark hasse was gunned down by one, or perhaps two, shooters. right next to the courthouse. his boss told abc news that he was fearless in putting the worst bad guys behind bars. >> he ran across the baddest guys in this part of the world. >> reporter: prosecutor of 30 years, in dallas, before moving to nearby kaufman county where he never backed down. >> there's no reason to believe that there wouldn't be someone out there that might have an ax to grind, but certainly this carries it to an extreme. >> re
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to albuquerque. 40s also from omaha to chicago and new york. 54 in atlanta. 84 in miami. >>> and coming up, another giant asteroid headed right towards earth. >>> also, the latest from cruise passengers in the middle of a vacation nightmare. new fears, right now, about a virus onboard. >>> and brewing up starbucks coffee, along with a little sea salt? we'll have more. @ññcús1@ú? >>> and welcome back. a new study finds many of us are barely making it. more than four out of ten americans are living paycheck-to-paycheck. and almost one in ten don't even make it that far. they can't pay for everything they need. allstate insurance says it's not just the soft economy and labor market. but also poor money management skills, even when people know better. >>> well, u.s. airlines are doing better at delivering you and your luggage. 82% of flights arrived within 15 minutes of the schedule last year. one of the best rates in the past 25 years. and a lower percentage of bags lost than at any time in that period. but fewer planes were actually flying last year because of the economy. and fewer pass
yesterday. ruben ramirez reports. >> reporter: the oracle of omaha now has a new title: ketchup king. for the first time, warren buffett, who's shied away from working with private equity partners, is teaming up with 3g capital in a $28 billion deal-- close to $24 billion of that in cash and the assumption of $4 billion in debt-- to take h.j. heinz private. >> warren buffett is starting to get older at this point, and, in this case, he's having 3g handle the operational side of this transaction. >> reporter: while buffett's age may be advancing, he's still very interested in doing deals in well-known brands. it's not the first time buffett has partnered to do a deal. five years ago, berkshire worked with mars in a $23 billion acquisition of wrigley. and just last year, berkshire was part of an unsuccessful $10 billion bid by coty to buy avon. but new york university business professor aswath damodaran says this deal is all about the experience 3g's team brings to the table. >> the one thing they have going for them is, they've runther companies very well in brazil for a long time. an
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